Thursday, December 29, 2011

Ron Paul discusses the NeoCons

Video found via a comment left at this article written by Kevin MacDonald over at at The Occidental Observer:


  1. Good one here from aangirfan:

  2. Ron Paul says sanctions against Iran are an act of war:

  3. Ron Paul says sanctions against Iran are an act of war

    There he goes again, telling the truth. No wonder the Zionist owned MSM hate Paul, he awakens people from the TalmudVision--or what some call TV--induced brainwashing that the USA is a shining city on the hill, the guy with the the white hat, riding to the rescue of those by bringing them democracy and liberty.

    Yes, we do 'liberate' some, like the 50,000 or so Libyans we 'liberated' from the burden of living by showing them how American democracy works; by sending a smart bomb into their homes.

    Roosevelt pulled this same BS against Japan in the 1930's, hoping to provoke them into an actual fighting war and he got his wish.

    Will OBOMBA also get his wish?

  4. Many different groups believe counterfeit israel will nuke an American city to manipulate us into attacking Iran FOR THEM (while they hide as far away from the front lines as they can get, as usual). Why wouldn't they? It's the "jews" modus operandi. For decades, mossad (parent company of the CIA) has been bombing "jewish" targets then calling in as Hamas, PLO, etc., to take credit for it. During the Six Day War, israeli planes murdered 40 American sailors aboard the USS Liberty, then blamed it on Muslims, to con us into fighting that war FOR THEM. A generation later, they brought down the Two Towers on 9/11 so America would be sure to take over Iraq and Afghanistan FOR THEM. WILL AMERICA ONLY WAKE UP WHEN IT'S TOO LATE?

    DEAN BERRY MINISTRIES: "When a government outlaws 'terrorism', it's planning something for which 'terrorism' is the only recourse."


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